Natick Artists Open Studios Group Show
Lebowitz Meeting Hall, lower level
The Natick Artists Open Studios (NAOS) annual themed exhibit will feature over 40 artists, each with a unique interpretation of PEOPLE and include painting, photography, sculpture, textiles, glass and other media. Additional NAOS events will include “Art on the Common” on Saturday, Sept. 19th, and a Creative Connections presentation on Wednesday, Oct. 7th. Please visit all of the NAOS events on Oct. 17-18.
Dr. Earle Weiss, impressionistic digital photos
Left and Right Galleries, first floor
These digitally altered works create an impressionistic picture and reflect Dr. Weiss’s interest in this expressive format.
Craig Bystrynski: Photography
Virtual Gallery, first floor
Craig is a Natick resident, who uses photography as a way to enjoy and explore our natural surroundings. Nature photography required time and patience, a welcome contrast to the demands of daily life.
Sound & Spirit Choir: Vines, Upcycled Materials
The Sound & Spirit Choir of Natick created the installation “Vines” using upcycled materials to represent their collective inter-generational commitment to preserving our beautiful planet.
Wake Up America! Natick in the First World War
Historical Exhibit Case, first floor
A collaboration between the Natick Historical Society and the Library, this exhibit is a snapshot of Natick and its citizens a century ago including photos, documents, arts and more.
Portraits from the Legacy of Service Collection
WWII Photos, first floor; Vietnam Era Photos, second floor
Photos collected by the Morse Institute Library, Legacy of Service Exhibit, Natick Veterans Oral History Project, and photos donated by local families.